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  • getanid61 getanid61 Nov 7, 2011 3:38 AM Flag

    Some interesting observations about ARM

    I'm too tired to respond to every point,

    In all my posts, you won't find me saying INtel won't grow...
    INtel has the best fabs on the planet !!
    Always an advantage for sure.
    BUT... doesn't mean INtel has the best architecture for all things it touches...

    you dismiss larabee, Meego
    You're saying besides this, and besides that, and excluding other INtel failures... INtel is great.

    as to INtel going all out on 22nm, even for the ATOM... they got the message 'power' is becoming more a consideration across all lines...
    I look forward to see it too...
    I don't pretend INtel is locked out...
    BUT... does NOT mean I will ignore the obvious that INTel was caught completely by surprise for this generation low-power mobile...

    AS to much of the back & forth...
    IT's the self-proclaimed experts on this board posting uniformed views about TSMC, ARM, and misinterpretations of their facts...

    You allow INtel to work in secrecy, but then you have to allow other companies the same...
    Many get in a trap of comparing INtel's future products against other companies today products...

    as to what INtel will do with all that fab space... THey don't have to worry a bit. Eventually, NVidia, Qualcomm, etc... will all be customers for it.
    But for at least the next decade, INtel will fight hard to keep x86 dominance...

    On NVida:
    NVidia has their cc this week.
    Most of their profit comes from the high-end. You are completely uniformed if you think it's NVidia RIP...

 
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